Mikey's Crystal Ball: Week 4

Last Week: 13-3 (imagine if I'd have picked the Giants!)

Season Record: 33-15

Carolina at Chicago--The Bears are tough to figure out, and logic says that they should easily beat Carolina at home Sunday, and especially that their defense will silence Cam Newton. I wanna believe, but I just don't. Panthers 23, Bears 20

Buffalo at Cincinnati--The Bills are averaging a sick 38 points per game, while the Bengals are averaging 19 but only give up 18. Somethings got to give, and my money is on Ryan Fitzpatrick and Fred Jackson right now. Bills 27, Bengals17

Tennessee at Cleveland--The Titans are another stingy defense, but will the rested Peyton Hills be able to bust through? And with Kenny Britt out for the Titans, there is talk of Chris Johnson playing wideout. Weird, but he needs something to get jump-started. Titans 17, Browns 13

Detroit at Dallas--The question isn't whether or not the Lions can now hang with the Cowboys, the question is whether or not Dallas will spot them 20 points. You can't keep playing that game, and they won't. Lions 30, Cowboys 24

Pittsburgh at Houston--Arian Foster is back, and the Texans have another test on whether or not they are for real. Again. Don't we go through this every year with them? Texans 30, Steelers 20

New Orleans at Jacksonville--While the Saints re-tooled their defense, they are giving up almost 30 points a game. Of course, playing Houston and Green Bay will skew those numbers. Meanwhile, the Jags are scoring 9 points a game. Yikes. Saints 44, Jags 10

Minnesota at Kansas City--These two teams have zero wins and six losses combined. I want to pick a tie, I really do. I will say this, however--"Hey Donovan, phone for you!" Chiefs 21, Vikings 16

San Francisco at Philadelphia--On the surface, this is an easy pick, right? It sure is. Niners 22, Eagles 21

Washington at St. Louis--The season wears on, the Redskins tumble to earth, and Spags and Sam Bradford get their first win. Rams 19, Redskins 17

NY Giants at Arizona--The Cards are struggling on defense yet again, and that should spell a big day for the Big Blue offense again. Giants 34, Cardinals 20

Atlanta at Seattle--The Falcons are not the same team away from home, but when the other team plays in Seattle, you have to like their chances. Falcons 30, Seahawks 7

Denver at Green Bay--If you, like me, have Aaron Rodgers on multiple fantasy teams, we all should be smiling on Monday. Packers 40, Broncos17

New England at Oakland--The Patriots are a league worst in yards allowed per game (468.7) and passing yards per game (377). Even Jason Campbell might look good on Sunday, but the difference is the Pats can also score a lot. By the way, how sick is Wes Welker right now? Patriots 28, Raiders 20

Miami at San Diego--Does Parcells still work for the Dolphins? If he does, I can't imagine 0-4 being an option. Chargers 23, Dolphins 13

NY Jets at Baltimore--This is the game this week most likely to end in a scoreless tie. Ravens 10, Jets 6

Indianapolis at Tampa Bay--The Tony Dungy special, minus Peyton Manning, and minus Dungy, and minus any semblance of a football team from Indy. Bucs 31, Colts 17

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